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Precious Bunny

Precious Bunny (foaled in 1988) is a bay horse by Cam Fella out of Bunny's Wish by B Gs Bunny. He was voted Harness Horse of the Year in 1991, a year in which he won the North America Cup, the Meadowlands Pace, the Art Rooney Memorial Pace, the Adios Stakes, and the Little Brown Jug, among other races.

Trained by Bill Robinson and driven by Jack Moiseyev, his fastest time for the mile was 1:49.4 in the final heat of the Meadowlands Pace. After his three-year-old season he retired to stud at Hickory Lane Horse Farm in Findlay, Ohio. He is the sire of Bunny Lake (harness horse of the year in 2001), Precious Delight, Stout, Bunny's Express Lane, and PB Bullville, who set a record for three-year old pacers of 1:48 for the mile. Most of his offspring are known to be large in stature.

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